More than 360 University of Otago graduands marched down George St today.
Senior Southern DHB medical staff have ‘‘seething anger’’ over the conduct and performance of the organisation’s management - and their organisation is at ‘‘teetering point’’, a veteran health unionist says.
The Ovation of the Seas' visit to Dunedin has been cancelled after almost 40 of its passengers were caught up in the tragic volcanic eruption on Whakaari/White Island on Monday.
A Dunedin student who tried to import more than $30,000 of ecstasy to his scarfie flat said he did it to make “easy money”.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is vowing to continue using his ‘‘loud’’ voice despite being censured by his colleagues for aggressive behaviour towards a Dunedin City Council staff member.
A proposal for a trial closure of the Octagon will be reviewed following a tight vote by Dunedin city councillors.
A third of urgent cases seen at the Lumsden maternal and child hub in the weeks after it opened involved mothers who needed nitrous oxide for pain relief, newly released emails show.
Dunedin's council has voted to make a pitch to the Government for millions of dollars in Aurora Energy noncompliance penalties to be used for energy efficient initiatives.
A Jetstar flight due to arrive at Dunedin Airport at 4.35pm yesterday, and the aircraft’s planned departure for Auckland at 4.35pm, were cancelled.
The international fame of Dunedin’s albatrosses is set to soar, and now the stars will be on display around the clock.
The Dunedin City Council is ‘‘locked in’’ to lifting its group debt to almost $1billion, councillors have heard.
A report into the viability of returning wooden groynes to Dunedin’s Ocean Beach will be carried out by Dunedin City Council staff.
Many first-year students heavily increase their drinking during Orientation Week, but research by former student Ben Riordan suggests cellphones can help encourage moderation.
The Mosgiel Memorial RSA club’s premises in Church St, and its new Spitfire restaurant, will reopen today.